Brandon Marcello


After what he dealt with last time, we understand why Florida State's DJ Uiagalelei is skipping ACC Media Days

The former Clemson star returns to the ACC after a successful one-year stint at Oregon State, but he has good reason for not wanting to entertain reporters at the conference's media days

SMU joins the ACC: How the Mustangs rose from the death penalty and how they've prepared for a step up

For more than three decades, SMU has sought a return to prominence after it was rocked by the NCAA "death penalty" stemming from repeated NCAA violations, most notably under-the-table payments to players

College Football Playoff first-round games vs. NFL Week 16 shaping up to be TV's biggest heavyweight fight

The CFP's foray into the NFL schedule provides the stiffest competition yet for the league -- and network executives are eager to see how it unfolds Dec. 21

Big 12 mulls selling naming rights, opening door for conference to be rebranded with corporate sponsor

The deal would be the first of its kind in college athletics following the House v. NCAA settlement

College football transfer portal 2024: Net ratings and player totals for every Power Four team

How many players each Power Four team gained and lost in the 2024 college football transfer portal

SEC again considering nine-game league schedule weighing revenue, College Football Playoff access

The SEC has yet to find a reason to increase its league schedule, but two factors could change the conference's mind

Gut-wrenching choices, Title IX complications face college athletics in wake of House v. NCAA settlement

For 100 years, athletic departments have operated as 24-hour ATMs, and for every dollar earned, they spent

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey talks NCAA settlement, Jaden Rashada lawsuit and more ahead of spring meetings

Kicking off the league's spring meetings in Florida, Sankey also alluded to future injury reports and a June 1 schedule announcement

College athletes set to get $2.8 billion, revenue-sharing model in landmark House v. NCAA settlement

Despite the landmark settlement nearing, details surrounding roster sizes and Title IX remain unanswered

What will happen in House v. NCAA case? Answering key questions with historic settlement on horizon

The Big 12 has already approved the settlement with similar votes expected from other power conferences this week

Clemson's Dabo Swinney defends lack of transfer portal activity amid criticism: 'We've been very consistent'

It was always going to be difficult for Swinney to quicken Clemson's sonic-speed momentum gathered in the mid-2010s

ACC commissioner Jim Phillips bullish on league even with futures of Florida State, Clemson up in air

The conference is currently embroiled in multiple lawsuits with Florida State and Clemson as the two schools legally challenge the ACC's grant of rights

No bad blood at conference's spring meetings, but divorce between ACC, Florida State and Clemson still likely

For now, everyone is acting professionally, even if it seems inevitable Clemson and Florida State's marriage with the ACC is nearing an end​

College football bowl game schedule likely eyeing expansion as revenue-sharing model would curb opt-out trend

Expansion is the hot trend in all corners of college athletics, and the NCAA transformation committee has made it clear more postseason opportunities are desired in all sports

Big 12 enters new era of uncertainty without Oklahoma, Texas -- but the vibes are immaculate, at least

Without Texas and OU in the room, the Big 12 enjoyed one of the most productive and amiable spring get-togethers in the conference's history

Brandon is an award-winning national college football reporter for 247Sports. He previously covered Auburn for, Mississippi State for The Clarion-Ledger, and Arkansas for the Northwest Arkansas Times and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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